Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip Recipe

Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip Recipe

I love dips or chutneys be it cooking with oil or just blend up in mixer . This Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip is a perfect blend of spices. One of the key difference in this is the SPRIG Gourmet Spice Blends – Tangier powder . Yes I have used Tangier powder instead of chillies. This Dip really goes well with most south Indian dishes. This is very Simple to make. 

Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip RecipeCoconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip Recipe

Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip is mildly sweet because of the roasted onions and you can turn up the heat as much as you want or keep it low and mild, entirely up to you.

Recipe Name –Coconut Onion Tomato Dip


  • Big Onion – 1/2 cup
  • Tomatoes – 1
  • Bengal gram dhal – 1.5 tablespoon
  • Grated Coconut – 1/4 cup
  • SPRIG Gourmet Spice Blends – Tangier powder – 1 to 1.5 teaspoon
  • Salt to tasteCurry leaves – 10
  • Oil – 3 teaspoon
  • Mustard seeds – 1/4 teaspoon
  • Urad dhal – 1 teaspoon



  1. Heat 2 teaspoon of oil. Add bengal gram dhal and fry till brown in color.
  2. Add onion fry till transparent.
  3. Add coconut and fry for a min. Add SPRIG Gourmet Spice Blends – Tangier powder and fry for 1 min.
  4. Add tomatoes & Fry till tomatoes become soft. Switch it off and let it cool down
  5. Grind it to smooth paste.
  6. Heat pan and add rest of the oil. Add mustard seeds let it pop. Add urad dhal and curry leaves. Fry till dhals are brown in color. Add seasoning to the Dip or chutney.
  7. Serve it with idli , dosa , pizza , pasta.


Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip Recipe


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17 Replies to “Coconut Onion Tomato Gourmet Dip Recipe”

  1. This tastes great with Dosas, I make it often. Never tried it with Tangier powder though. I should, next time.
    Thanks for sharing about the product.

    1. You must try it, I’m using its flavours are aromatic , thanks 🙂

  2. An interesting recipe for dip.Just one question. Is the urad dal made into a paste too?
    Will try out the Sprig spice mix

    1. No Urad dal should be use as soaked , Thanks 🙂

  3. I am a very basic cook and when I see posts like these , they give me serious cooking goals . I am not too sure if I would try to make one but this year I would surely take up baking and maybe just maybe I would be more qualified to comment on delicious posts like these ! Happy cooking and happy blogging !

    1. thanks 🙂

  4. Will try this out for sure. . I have never been a dip fan to that extent but will try this

    1. thanks 🙂

  5. I’m not sure if these flavours would work for me but I’ll definitely give it a go!

    1. thanks 🙂

  6. I love coconut but never had it combined with the other ingredients, I’ll have to give it a try! Thanks

    1. thanks 🙂

  7. This sounds really good! I will have to try it. I must say, I am a big fan of India food but have yet to try to personally cook it myself. In fact, I need to go look up what ‘Bengal gram dhal’ is!

    Thanks for getting me started!

    1. thanks 🙂

  8. Very interesting post. Where is Tangier available in Mumbai? Would love to try out the recipe.

    1. Thanks
      yes its available online ,Find the link in blog post 🙂

  9. This is a great recipe. Photograph is enticing! O am surely going to try this specially SPRIG gourmet powder

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